Billed as "a bloody satire", American Psycho tells the story of Wall Street trader and self-possessed serial killer Patrick Bateman (Smith), who is living the high life in 1980s Manhanttan - buying the most expensive designer clothes, eating at the most exclusive restaurants, partying at the hottest clubs… and indulging in much darker transgressions privately.
The musical has with book by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and music and lyrics by Spring Awakening's Duncan Sheik.
The production is directed by Rupert Goold, designed by Es Devlin, with lighting by Jon Clark, sound by Paul Arditti, musical direction by David Shrubsole and choreography by Lynne Page.
American Psycho is booking at the Almeida until 1 February 2014, ahead of a speculated West End transfer.
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